Amble, The Beach c.1965
Memories of Amble, the Beach c1965
My memory of Mrs Lungren is very cear as she was my dads sister making her my Aunt Memories of Alf are still with My second cousin young Eddie and myself collecting timber from swarland saw mill when a German aircraft straff Amble we did?nt Know what was happing till saw the A.R.P.at the top of the Wynd David Beaty
May Lundgren was my grandmother, married to Alfred Edward (old Ed), who was in the Air Force during the war. My father is also Alfred Edward (young Eddie), born 1931 who now lives in Alnwick with my mother Irene, formerly Walker, from East Chevington. I was born in Gordon Street in 1955, just next to the beach photo that you posted. I now live in Hertfordshire, nearly 300 miles south. May lived at 10 Leazes Street until she died in 1974 and Ed lived there until he died in 1991. How did you know May and did you know my great grand parents, Adolf and Hannah, who also lived at 10 Leazes Street before Ed and May, when it was a fish & chip shop?
I would just like to ask if anyone remembers Mrs Lungren of 10 Leazes Street, Amble? She lived there around the 1940s.
MY TWO DAUGHTERS ELSIE AND EUNICE AND THEIR FRIEND MARY YOUNG ARE THE CHILDREN ON THIS PHOTOGRAPH. THIS PHOTO WAS TAKEN ON THE 'LITTLE SHORE' AND THEY WERE TRYING TO KEEP THE INCOMING TIDE OUT OF THEIR SANDCASTLE. THEY ALL HAVE GROWN UP FAMILIES OF THEIR OWN NOW. 42 YEARS HAVE PASSED SINCE THAT DAY.
Is this Joane, Stuart, Mandy and Claire in the sinky sand